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  • Clinic 3: How to improve your posture for a powerful swing!

    Posture is important for consistency, accuracy, and distance! Poor posture places your muscles at a bio-mechanical disadvantage. Because the golf swing is not a dual sided motion, posture imbalances can quickly escalate. The repetitive nature of the swing increases the chance of injury and muscle imbalances. When muscles are overused, the supportive and opposing muscles weaken. Weak muscles injure easily and cause poor performance! Tight chest muscles and weak back muscles create a viscous cycle of back aches, poor posture […]

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  • Clinic 2: Pinpoint Your Weak Areas

    Clinic 2: Pinpoint Your Weak Areas

    Did you know that there are basically 22 muscles involved in the forward golf swing? The proper conditioning of these muscles will increase your club head speed, give you better control, power and accuracy! You have muscle weakness and imbalances that exercise can improve if you suffer from: Poor Posture Slouching Lower Back Aches Shoulder Pain Knee Pain   Pinpoint Your Weak Areas: Assessment #1: Balance & Rotation Test: Crossover Step Step left foot over right. Maintain balance and flat […]

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  • Clinic 1: Upper Body Stretches for Warmup

    Clinic 1: Upper Body Stretches for Warmup

    This is a great warmup routine! Sequence can be done daily to increase upper body mobility. Warm-up properly before hitting a ball! Make your muscles ready for action and they will perform better!

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  • Flexibility Test: Sit and Reach

    Flexibility Test: Sit and Reach

    Can you squat and reach overhead? Your arms should go to your ears or behind your head. Do you have trouble reaching this position? If so, you need a mobility, posture and flexibility routine!

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  • Golf Assessment: Pinpoint Problems to Improve Your Swing

    Golf Assessment: Pinpoint Problems to Improve Your Swing

    The Golf Assessment is designed to pinpoint restrictions in both mobility and stability that prevent you from performing your optimal golf swing. Once these limitations have been identified, an exercise program can be designed to help correct these areas.

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  • Golf Warm-up Stretch #2: Focus on low back

    Golf Warm-up Stretch #2: Focus on low back

    Prepare your low back for your golf game! A simple warmup routine to reach a greater range of motion in the swing plane. Hit the ball farther and have less back pain at the end of the round!

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  • Simple Golf Warm-up: Longer Drives, More Accurate Shots!

    Simple Golf Warm-up: Longer Drives, More Accurate Shots!

    In less than 4 minutes, you can improve your distance, balance and accuracy! Loosen your hips and lower back for a smooth, powerful swing! Equally as important is increasing the range of motion of your upper body for better accuracy!

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  • Why hours on the driving range are a waste of time!

    Why hours on the driving range are a waste of time!

    Improper swing can cause muscular imbalances that cause weakness in flexibility, posture. This can cause lower back pain, shoulder pain and the slouch that makes you look older and fatter!

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  • Golf Warmup

    Golf Warmup

    You must prepare your body for the activity it’s about to do! I’ve made it easy for you by creating a series of videos with quick golf game warmups. You can even do some of these stretches in the golf cart! No excuses here! Just better golf!

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The information and exercises presented on this video (and web site) are intended as an educational resource and are not intended as a substitute for proper medical advice. Please consult your physician or physical therapist before performing any of the exercises on this video.